Case Study

Starting from scratch: Corporate governance at South East Bank Europe

14 pages
December 2005
Reference: IMD-3-1556

Privatization and governance reforms have been taking place in many Eastern European countries, especially those joining the EU. Professionalization of corporate governance is a required process in order to attract foreign investors, ensure compliance in a changing legal environment, and to enable clear value-added at the board level. South-East bank triggered the initial steps and key people see their roles changing. The case describes emerging dynamics at the board level.

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Privatization, Banking
Settings
Eastern Europe
2005
Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2005
Available Languages
English
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